If you have young children you know how nice it can be to have fun projects to pass the time. Those little hands need something to keep them busy. If you don’t give them something, they’ll for sure find something themselves. And often times it ends up being something that you need to clean up later. Oh, mom life. So fun and so much work all at the same time. Luckily, this is a great little project that requires very little cleanup.
This is a simple, easy project to get those littles involved in. All you’ll need is fun paper (we used glitter paper because why not?!), fearless tape, and some sticks. Cut the paper into the shapes in the images below. Triangles for the tip of the arrow and feathers for the end.
You can use strips or dots, whatever you happen to have on hand. If you have both, strips cut in half are nice for the bottoms and dots are nice for the tops. Just lay the end of the stick on a paper shape, remove the liner from one side of the tape, and apply it over the top of the stick. Then, place another of the same on top.
And your cute little cupids bows are done. We put them in a cute, simple vase. Hopefully this can keep your little ones busy for a while this Valentine’s Day.
If you try out this project, we’d love to see how it went! Show us in the comments or on our Facebook page.